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Employee Assistance (EAP)

UB believes that minimizing your concerns and stress, at work or at home, contributes to a better workplace for everyone. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) consultants can guide and offer you support. Explore these opportunities or suggest others to meet your needs.

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Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Phone: 716-645-4461

Email: ub-eap@buffalo.edu

 
 
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Updated: 12/2015

Owner: Human Resources, Employee Assistance

For All Faculty and Staff

8/7/15

Your well-being is important. You and your family may get free, voluntary and confidential assistance on any concern that is impacting your life from your Employee Assistance (EA) Professional.

8/7/15

You may get free, voluntary and confidential assistance on any concern that is impacting your work life from your Employee Assistance (EA) Professional.

8/7/15

Creating healthy relationships at work helps to support a vibrant and productive workplace. Your Employee Assistance (EA) Professional is ready to help you with any interpersonal concerns.

8/7/15

Improve your ability to handle stressful situations by reaching out to your Employee Assistance (EA) Professional. Learn strategies and techniques to help you cope with and manage your stress.

8/7/15

If you are experiencing difficulties at work, you can reach out to your Employee Assistance Professional for guidance, support and recommendations. Consulting with an EA Professional is free, voluntary and confidential.

8/7/15

If you or someone you know has been affected by the stress of a traumatic workplace event, you may request Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), a comprehensive multi-component approach to crisis intervention.

8/7/15

You and your family may get free, voluntary and confidential assistance on any concern that is impacting your life from your Employee Assistance (EA) Professional.

8/7/15

Get help managing interpersonal problems or workplace disputes involving one or more people in a neutral, professional setting. Get a peaceful and satisfactory resolution to your problem.

8/7/15

When you need to be out of the workplace for a significant amount of time due to medical, substance abuse, mental health or other personal issues, get confidential assistance from your Employee Assistance (EA) Professional.

For Supervisors

8/7/15

Your well-being is important. You and your family may get free, voluntary and confidential assistance on any concern that is impacting your life from your Employee Assistance (EA) Professional.

8/7/15

You may get free, voluntary and confidential assistance on any concern that is impacting your work life from your Employee Assistance (EA) Professional.

8/7/15

Creating healthy relationships at work helps to support a vibrant and productive workplace. Your Employee Assistance (EA) Professional is ready to help you with any interpersonal concerns.

8/7/15

Improve your ability to handle stressful situations by reaching out to your Employee Assistance (EA) Professional. Learn strategies and techniques to help you cope with and manage your stress.

8/7/15

Maintain a healthy and productive workplace by identifying employee issues early and by utilizing a consultation with your Employee Assistance (EA) Professional before the problem gets worse.

8/7/15

If you or someone you know has been affected by the stress of a traumatic workplace event, you may request Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), a comprehensive multi-component approach to crisis intervention.

8/7/15

You and your family may get free, voluntary and confidential assistance on any concern that is impacting your life from your Employee Assistance (EA) Professional.

8/7/15

Get help managing interpersonal problems or workplace disputes involving one or more people in a neutral, professional setting. Get a peaceful and satisfactory resolution to your problem.

8/7/15

When you need to be out of the workplace for a significant amount of time due to medical, substance abuse, mental health or other personal issues, get confidential assistance from your Employee Assistance (EA) Professional.

Explore EAP Wellness and Health Trainings

6/22/16
You will learn how the UB Employee Assistance Program (EAP) can help you, the supervisor, manage challenging and sometimes very stressful workplace situations that can impact your ability to manage your people well and get the job done.
6/22/16
Reduce stress and anxiety by learning this meditation technique.
10/11/16
Learn about the explosion of opiate use, related problems and ways in which concerns about opiod use may be handled by attending this program. We are hearing more and more about the rising use of opiates, and the tragedies that have resulted from this epidemic. Perhaps you, or someone you know has been affected, or is currently dealing with an opiate concern. You will also learn about how this epidemic can affect us on the job.
10/17/16
Please join us for another UB EAP Self Care experience! Learn new information on nutrition, be enriched by keynote speaker Allen Greene, Director of UB Athletics, and learn how to “Be More Productive and Work Less”.

Contact an Expert

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Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Phone: 716-645-4461

Email: ub-eap@buffalo.edu

Employee Assistance (EA) Consultants

Susan Bagdasarian

Employee Assistance Program

Phone: 716-645-8167

Email: sb14@buffalo.edu

Crystal Kaczmarek-Bogner

Employee Assistance Program

Phone: 716-829-2144

Email: clk6@buffalo.edu

Neil McGillicuddy

Employee Assistance Program

Phone: 716-887-2498

Email: nm23@buffalo.edu

Employee Assistance (EA) Director

Deborah Hard

Director

Employee Assistance Program

Phone: 716-645-4460

Email: dahard@buffalo.edu

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